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Did Striking Workers Abuse Nursing Home Patients?


Did someone in two separate Connecticut nursing homes purposely endangered patients? Reported in the Hartford Courant, Danbury and Newington police records indicate workers switched or removed patient name tags and interfered with medical records of patient just before the staff went on strike. Additionally, less dangerous forms of sabotage were discovered by the nursing home directors including hidden equipment needed ...

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CNN Reports Back Romney Bain Claims


If you tell a lie often enough people will believe you. This seems to be the case for Team Obama regarding Mitt Romney’s departure from Bain Capital. Continuing to spread falsehoods and exaggerations may turn one or two naive voters back to the Obama camp. CNN should have no axe to grind in this story. If anything they are trying ...

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Harassed Bus Monitor Follow Up

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Remember the school bus monitor who was bullied by several rotten junior high boys? Here’s an update. The students involved have been suspended for one year from their school. After Toronto blogger Max Sidorov, heard about the bullying and saw the video he wanted to give Karen Klein a good vacation as a show of support. Today he has raised ...

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Texas Supreme Court Decision Strengthens State’s Workers’ Comp Law

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The Supreme Court of Texas issued a decision today in Texas Mutual Insurance Company v. Timothy J. Ruttiger that strengthens a law affecting millions of Texans—the Workers’ Compensation Act. The Court reversed the Houston Court of Appeals and rendered judgment that Mr. Ruttiger take nothing on his Insurance Code and Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act claims. Justice Phil Johnson wrote in strong terms ...

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Civilians Offered Opportunity to ‘Secure a Job, Support Our Troops’ This Memorial Day

Civilian Corps Chief, Recruitment & Retention, Informs Radio Audiences of the Thousands of Medical-Related Positions Open in Army Hospitals Across the US and Abroad BISMARCK, N.D., May 24, 2011 — The Civilian Corps of the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) announces “Secure a Job, Support Our Troops,” a Memorial Day media effort highlighting the many medical-related positions and benefits ...

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Governor Perry asks Texans to Pray for Rain

This past Thursday, April 21, 2011, the Governor of Texas, Rick Perry issued an Official Proclamation for Days of Prayer for Rain in Texas. As a citizen of Texas, it is with great humbleness that I submit myself to pray for rain for our drought-ridden state. What saddens me is that as a woman who prays about everything, I have ...

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